Anarchy was a radio show that aired on WFBE in Flint, MI in the early 1980s. Hosted by Phill Hines (who later became the drummer for Dissonance) and Mike (Sport) Hood. Kenny Roberts engineered. The format featured punk and other forms of new underground music in the early 1980s. This file contains mostly set intros and commentary as well as a broadcast of a rare version of Flint area band Dachau Club's "PBB In Me".
Phill was fired from WFBE for saying "Fuck" on the air in early 1983. Filmmaker Michael Moore was the one that had to sign off on that, as he was managing the station at that time.
Flint Underground Music Archive